Many people eagerly search for that special pet monkey to add to their family. But, searching the internet for monkeys for sale can be daunting because it is hard to find reliable information and legitimate ads. We diligently screen our ads and work to prevent spammers and scammers from operating in our midst.
Our goal is to provide you with a quality user experience so that you can find what you are looking for quickly and easily. We are developing an organized directory, extensive search options, a clean and professional look, easy-to-read ads and ultimately a marketplace where you can find the best deals on monkeys for sale.
Not only can you generically search all our monkey listings, we have also broken down ad listings into more specific catgories, You may see a capuchin monkey for sale alongside pygmy marmosets and spider monkeys. And so much more.
Monkeys for Sale Ad Listings
Here is a the current list of all monkeys for sale.
If you are looking for a specific type of monkey, place your monkeys wanted ad here.
Monkey and primate breeders are encouraged to submit their free ads listing their monkey(s) available for purchase. You are also invited to submit guest blog posts about anything related to the issue of buy and selling monkeys, raising and breeding, and general pet ownership advice for those interested in buying a monkey. These guest blog posts will help drive traffic to your website and generate more business for you.
Our Classified Ads are FREE!
Here is what we have done to help get the ball rolling. Our ads are completely FREE! Free for you. And free for the monkey breeders and pet store owners who are looking for customers. There are no catches or gotchas. It really is free. The only thing we require is that you register an account so that we can do our best to keep spammers off of our site.
Here is what you can do to help – it is very simple. After you register, please take a moment to post an ad in the “Wanted” section in the Monkeys category (or any other category that interests you) and let breeders know what monkeys you are looking to buy.
When breeders and sellers of monkeys visit our classified ads and see people wanting to buy monkeys, they will then be more willing to post ads detailing their inventory because they will know that actual people are visiting our website.
We Need Your Help!
There is one more thing you can do to help us immensely. A simple like of our Facebook page or posting a link to our site on one of your social media accounts or blogs if you have one would go a long way in helping us broaden our reach and grow.
You the consumer win because you will have access to an open and transparent marketplace where you can find the best deals on monkeys for sale. Sellers of monkeys win because they will gain access to more customers from across the world viewing our classified ads and eager to purchase a new exotic pet for themselves and their family.
Once again, thank you very much for visiting Exotic Pets Headquarters and for helping us become the best place to find exotic animals and pet monkeys for sale on the internet. We sincerely appreciate the trust you have placed in us and pledge to work hard to make this site a rewarding place to visit. Hopefully, we can help bring the zoo to you!
If you have any comments or suggestions as to how we can make this website better, please drop us a note via our contact page.
Here is some general information about monkeys from Wikipedia:
According to the Online Etymology Dictionary, the word “monkey” may originate in a German version of the Reynard the Fox fable, published circa 1580. In this version of the fable, a character named Moneke is the son of Martin the Ape. In English, no very clear distinction was originally made between “ape” and “monkey”; thus the 1910 Encyclopædia Britannica entry for “ape” notes that it is either a synonym for “monkey” or is used to mean a tailless humanlike primate. Such ambiguities persist. Colloquially, the terms “monkeys” and “apes” may still be used interchangeably. Also, a few monkey species have the word “ape” in their common name, such as the Barbary ape.
Later in the first half of the 20th century, the idea developed that there were trends in primate evolution and that the living members of the order could be arranged in a series, leading through “monkeys” and “apes” to humans. Monkeys thus constituted a “grade” on the path to humans and were distinguished from “apes”.
Scientific classifications are now more often based on monophyletic groups, that is groups consisting of all the descendants of a common ancestor. The New World monkeys and the Old World monkeys are each monophyletic groups, but their combination is not, since it excludes hominoids (apes and humans). Thus the term “monkey” no longer refers to a recognized scientific taxon. The smallest accepted taxon which contains all the monkeys is the infraorder Simiiformes, or simians. However this also contains the hominoids (apes and humans), so that monkeys are, in terms of currently recognized taxa, non-hominoid simians.
A group of monkeys may be commonly referred to as a tribe or a troop.
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